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Police shut down illegal rave in Wembley

PUBLISHED: 06:26 06 February 2017 | UPDATED: 06:36 06 February 2017

Police shut down the illegal rave in a house in Wembley High Road on Sunday morning   PICTURE: Met Police

Police shut down the illegal rave in a house in Wembley High Road on Sunday morning PICTURE: Met Police

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Brent police raided an illegal rave in Wembley in the early hours of Sunday morning, seizing sound systems and shutting down the party.

Officers swooped on the property in Wembley High Road shortly before 1.30am.

Pictures show police vans lining the street near the property

Police said the occupants of the building engaged with officers and there were no reports of disorder.

No arrests were made.

Brent police tweeted just before 3am: “Officers are currently on scene at an unauthorised event High Street, Wembley.

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